Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 5

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thiiralny, TITK DAILY HERALD Pal THE BENTLEY CO., LIMITED "The Store of Helpfulness and Courtesy" ft. X Furs and Fur Coats of a Quality that Endures Buying fur is a considerable! investment, and, in-some stores, more or less of a speculation. They, belong to that small num- ber of things in. which value and perfection count above every- thing' else and few articles of .apparel or personal adornment are more expressive of ones in- dividuality. When one takes these mat- ters into consideration, also the fact that only an. expert fur buyer is competent to judge furs, the question of fur buying is'simply a question of deciding on.a place like this, where reputation for integrity is maintained in even the least expensive merchandise. Sets from to Gloves for the Opera The last word in glove there is no other glove in the world which expresses so well the fine art which glove making lias become. Only the softest, finest skins sire used in most careful workers have a hand In their making. Long Kid Gloves Mousqultalre, 19 button lengths, white or colors. Other lines. Clasp Suede Gloves grey, tan, black, 2 clasp, French Kid, silk Tan, black, grey or navy, green or white capeskin, 2 Christmas Handkerchiefs are Popping out of the Boxes And such beauties tlicy avc! From Paris Ireland, 'kerchiefs exquisitely fine and others demurely plain. Kinds and prices to suit everybody, and'kinds that you'll not find in Lethbridge save at Bentlcy's. Ribbons 20c. plain taffeta ribbon, all colors, suitable widths for the hair 4 50c. Fancy ribbon, fi In. in width, new shaded effects, stripes and floral designs..........., Trimmings All the new Crystal Fringes and Or- mimeuts, silver or gilt. Ball fringes of all shades and weaves; fancy guimps, braids, etc. Luces and chiffons. Children's Flannelette Nightgowns 75c English Flaiinelette, neat blue, pink or grey. The Season's Knit Goods For All WOMEN'S AVIATION heavy Eider wool in all shades, plaid ora neat combination. to WOMEN'S AVOOL to GIKLS' Women's Honey-Comb Shawls white only Boy's Knit Suits Knicker, vest and cap, blue, green, brown, navy, cardinal Boy's Sweaters Brown, navy, cardinal, blue, button over shoulder, and coat style ..60c to Men's Sweaters to Fur Coats of Distinction Every coat is made of the host selected pelts, per- fectly treated and matched and made up in the newest of the season. Fine Black Russian Marmot Coats.......................StlS-DO Muskrat Coats from 1 141) Fur-lined Coats iroin Men's and Women's Hosiery and Und'rw'r A Disposal of Special Purchases .All of this hosiery and underwear is merchandise of lu'frli standards. Women's Stockings 30u., line black Cashmere Hose, per pair..........25c. Children's Worsted Hose 30c., heavy knitted, strong and durable, per pair 25c. Men's Half Hose First grade Worsted 25c; half hose, headier mixture lOc. Women's Underwear Satnral shade two-piece suits..........-. Natural shade, two-piece suits........... Seasonable Sale of Woollen Dress Goods, The goods of standard qual- ity ,thc variety extensive, the styles desirable, the values very unusual and the occur- iicy of statement guaranteed. Many women will buy now for immediate use, others will buy for' Christinas giving, all are marked far below regular prices. Coating of Grey Blanket Cloth, 95c An excellent quality, 5G inches wide; in-the grey shade only. 40c Cheviot Cloth, 30c. Ono of the splendid cloth "with -neat pin stripe in two colors oaly and navy. Broadcloth, This is in three shades only, green, brown, and navy; 54 inch cloth. 60c Storm Serqe, 45c Fine for either Dress or Separate Sltirt, In lilaclt or brown. Tweed Suitings, 95c Several shades and weaves, clearing at the above "mentioned price, 54" wide. Fancy Voiles, Silk Crepes Lustres, 20 per cent off A groat range of colors, exceptional values, suitable for Evening Gowns. FOR APPLES PHONE 1356 Morden and Bennett Different Varieties 1.65 Per box Delivered Speech From' Throne Outlines (Continued from front People Pour Til "A copious and welcome stream of immigration has poured into our country during the past- summer. The I volume of immigration during the present year is greater than dvring corresponding period of our his- of tory and in larger measure than, usual it has been drawn from --the CLEARINGS j British islands. I "Tin; labors of the husbandman has I been blessed with an ample return although in some districts the ___0 T______ [weather has been unpropilious for iho the corresponding period last. i harvest, it is expected that the total year, the amount, reached was lvalue of our field crops will te great- than in any previous year. West Indies Agreement "Papers will he laid re'nre you which embody trade arrangements Vreiirdine to geological survey fig- t.1llat'mv? .hcci1 consummated H-tween ures the coal output of the United thn Dominion and certain of His Ma- Stales is just about doubled evcrv Possessions m the AYest In- die.s. It is hoped that these arainac- 1NCREASE IN BANK The hank clearings this week show a i.vonouncei'l increase, V the total being For years. Your Credit Is Good Phom 1731 405-Gth St (Uomlnlon Block) meats will prove of great lint only to those possessors v.ui to Canada as well. A bill will in- troduced for the purpose of carrying this aprreirent into effect. Allusion to Naval policy "During the prsl summer four mcm- my government conferred ;n London with His Max-sty's rovcrn- meiit on the of naval ne- fcfici-. Important discussions kok place and 'conditions have bren dis- closed wh'ich in the opinion of my rcnrirr it. iiviprrativf- the, effective naval forces of tho em i ire. should be strengthened without, rirlay. "My advisors are convinced that it- is the dutv of Canada at this Tinc- ture U> a fiord reisonahlo and tiecrs- sjirv aid for that purpose. A bill Ifmlson's Ray Railway 1 A contract for tb? construet'on of tin.1 Hudson's Bay railway from l.e- ipi'S to Toil. Xr-lson lias been award-' cil .Mid tl'f1 work is 1 r'nft prslicd for- i.aui with nil j osMlilo .speed. I "It is ahunibntiy evident that i hhiliwiivs of i.'oiuda cor.stitu e vii im- j [icrliinl prrt nf an cllicirnl scheme of j iTtuis'ionat on. nrci'Hi-it for hu- 'jrovii'; P-'M-'MH fnnlil'es in tl-is jlhe Dominion to co-Oiicrale with the, provinces in the accomplishment this most desirable purpose. i Help Agriculture I "It is satisfactory to know thatj tho proposal of my government toco-j operate with the governments of the i various provinces in promoting the] agricultural industry has met wHh hearty approval. The appropriations which were made last session in con-, ncctfnn therewith have proved to be of marked benefit to the country. j "After a carrful study of the whole question my advisors are. convinced that co-operation, with the provinces on well defined terms, and ccnd'lions will achieve the bcf.t results alciig liiirs of agricultural instruction. Any such policy to be effective mvst I e continuous. Accordingly, a hill will he introduced by which a substantial amount of money will be appropriate j from the consolidated rjvnuie fund for the purpose of assisting the prov- inces for a term of years in this highly important national work. Cable Kates "My government his succeeded in certain reductions in ral lc and will continre its efforts to obtain still further reductions. j Ivxtcnd Hank (.'barters "Under existing legislation tho 'charters of tlie banks will expire onj the day of -July next. A bill j revising and extending cbarteis will submitted for considera- tion and approval. ''.Several'other bills will su'in't- ted iir.'lufiiiig providing for n'iiiTs.ntation of tre (rov-i inces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba in Ihe Senate. Gentlemen of the I louse of Com- j mons "Thi! accounts for tlie last fscal year will be laid before vou. It U lie in oil iu icbrn that the revenue has been to. !'-oth ordinary and capital ex- Turkey Rejects Peace Terms from front "During the day no infantry attack was delivered, the redoubts being carried untUr cover of at the point of the bayonet. The Bul- garians were still hammering away, weakening the Turkish defc-ice and advancing relentlessly on their ob- road to Constantinople. "As night fell, an ever thickening! stream of Turkish deserters was leaving the fighting li-ae. Pesce Terms Constantinople, Xov. terms of peace offered to Turkey by the Bat-j kan allies are: The cession of the whole of Turkey; in Europe, ns far as and including the TchiitaIJa lines; tbo city of Constan-! iinople to rumui't Turkish, but rricndiy entry of n portion of the. lit-d armies to occupy tlie city until a definite treaty been arranged. I H is said that the Ottoman cablncl j fnvcrs the acceptance of all tho con-' ditlons, excepting the cession of the, coast li-.ie of the Sta of'ilarmLva, and. the DarrisincMes. and the entry of the allied forces into Constantinople. It asks guarantees regarding the future of Albania. By an indirect route a deputation of influential Albanians, lias (hero to urge ccnsldcvalion of. Ser via's claims on Albania, in which task the deputation Is necking Ana-, Irian support. pjpir.ii.r.'is's bf arn ini.T'iimuus in 'thinking Ihe Iiiiurc stutus of bania is the more serious menace to H. Livingston, Lethhridge 'W. D.-L., The members of the institute also Hardie, G. WilsrnJ visited several of, the new mining Ilosmer, and H. N. Galer, o[ Hoyal plants in the district before returning View. home. SAVING STATION WILL BE READ AT INSTITUTE ______________ j j From the renrarfcs passed by the visitors to the session of the Cana- dian Mining Institute here today, the action of the provincial government1 in building and equipping life-saving or rescue stations at different points in the miniiie district of the province, is looked upon with favor, ami will do much towards protecting the ccm-; panics in the case of accidents in the ease of accidents in tlie mines. The delegates present spent th3 morning in visiting the rescue station at No. fi mine of the Gait I'oUicrics, and had the practical phases of tlr. sta- tion p.ointed out to them by YV. H. J'owell, in charge of the plant and equipment. i The station, here was really only opened on Nov. Mth, and is not ytt in smooth working order, but uhat the visitors saw was to con- vince them of the practicability of the movement, and thev arc ready to ther share to make, the otf'cittiit. Men will he to .'oin tht! clcsses at the vnr.'furs mines where instrr.ction will be given clong life-saving linrs, and the jrovtrn- ment, operators and men will le co- operat'ng to mal-e the plans of. the government J success. "Tlie oKtimalrs of next fiaral 'he i yi-nr will t'e submitted Jit ?n i'arlv j rap date. Thov hnve been prepaisd oniv and on the ether hand for nrccs- snrv rk'Vclopmrnts of the resour.cs of tbr. noniiiron.- 1 [nnoi'Dnl-? Grnt'emcn ol the Irni- pti Honorable (irntlnnrn of the House of (.'nmmoi.K "I invite your cariirst rotisldrralion of tie sub.c'cts, to which I and I invoke j t'io of Djvinn 1'roviikiici- en vni-r A tvcc 'ivhtch coi'feo froo of crtfffin hns bot-n diacovurtd in j j Lee Wong NOHTH LETHBRIDGE RESTAURANT All Icinds of Fruits, Candies and Tobaccos, Koft Drinlia A of Cliin- CHC and Sllli Goods. PHONE 1229 I by different practical mining experts. A. P. Hottleur, of Frank, read a pa- per on frasoline locomotion in minss, and W. D. L. Hardie pave an address on. "Gas in the Golf, coal fields.'1 Among Uiote piv-senl at the mret- inrs were Wilson, rhairmrn of Ihe Kocltv Mountain branch of t'ic itiKiitute, Fcrnie John'Stirling, scc- 'rs'fary, I'ldmonton Hamilton, Pa.ssni-rg T. McXcil, ccnim's; on- er of the Western Canada Coal Ovcr- nturs' association, Lewis SlocVi of the mines bronch of f'.j'.M. department, of nafrM 10- _ sninrcs, Calgary; i Colemaii J. C. Ucid, Christmas Cheer Have you made up your wine list for the Xrnas table? If not, we would Jike to inform you that we have just received a shipment of selected wines in Ports, Sherries, Bur- gundies and Clarets Tlio very life of the licnltli- I'ul of the aunsliiiic and zest as it lias ripc'iiecl in tlic vineyards is couhiincd iu tlicsc Wines. Imyinp; vinos for tho homo of course you. want tho'bcst for tho wisdom of select- ing a beverasi'O as to ils purity and quality must be apparent, to all. Let us help you in your selection .from our large and varied stock. THE LETHBRIDGE HOUSE Block ;